Yellow Fever Outbreak In Brazil Kills 30, Officials Fear Epidemic
A yellow fever outbreak in Minas Gerais State in southeastern Brazil infected about 110 people and killed 30. Officials fear it might turn to an epidemic.
Zika Alert: 5 Babies Born In New York Are Said To Have Zika-Related Birth Defect
Five babies have been born in New York City with Zika-related brain developmental symptoms. The numbers were announced in an alert the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene sent to doctors, urging them to remain vigilant and to continue to warn pregnant women.
Illegal Miners Threaten Uncontacted Amazon Tribe
An aerial photo discovered and uncontacted group of indigenous people in the Amazon called the Yanomami. The tribe's village is located in Northern Brazil and is close to Venezuelan border. Conservationists says this group of people could be in danger due to illegal mining.
Facebook Made Another Snapchat Clone Called Flash
Facebook have previously made many others Snapchat clones, but this one seems to be the greatest. This new app could also run offline, and is expected to be release to many other countries.
Amazon Wildlife Loss Due to Brazil Rubber Boom Studied
After the Brazilian rubber boom, exploitation of Amazon wildlife has greatly reduced its population, as a study shows.
One 'Pokemon Go' Player In Belgium Gets Whole Country Banned From Game
An entire country gets banned as massive cheating has been detected.
Vaccine For Zika Virus Pegged For Human Testing
Zika vaccine worked on monkeys. Now, scientists want to try it on humans.
Brazil Shuts WhatsApp Down For 72 Hours
Whatsapp is currently banned in the country for 72 hours starting 2 p.m. local time, as the result of the dispute over data breach and privacy of its users.
Enel Green Power To Construct Brazil's 254 MW Solar Energy Plant
Italy's Enel Green Energy has been awarded a 254-megawatt solar project for Brazil.